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Today's Sports

  • Panthers lose 69-12 on the road

    The Carroll County football team suffered its second loss of the season at the hands of Christian Academy of Louisville, 69-12 Friday night. Head coach Mike Weedman said Christian Academy is a very good team with experienced starters. “They were really good, and we had a stretch in the second quarter where we made too many mistakes and it snowballed.” Christian Academy scored 21

  • New wrestling club offers...

    The Trimble Banner What started as John Turner teaching his godson, Bryce Turner, how to wrestle has grown into a new business venture in Trimble County. With help from his wife, Suzy Sachleben Turner and Bryce’s dad, Chris Turner, John started a wrestling club for Trimble kids, ages 4 to fourth-grade in a converted garage behind his home on Hubbard Lane, Bedford.  The club, now tw

  • Lady Raiders place 6th of 29...

    Louisville’s Tom Sawyer Park was the site Saturday, Oct. 2, for the South’s largest collegiate and high school cross-country meet.

  • Lady Panthers pull out victory...

    After losing on senior night the day before to Henry County, the Carroll County Lady Panthers were determined to erase those bad memories and send their seniors off with a win. Mission accomplished. The Lady Panthers dominated game one and eventually pulled away in game two to claim victory over the Lady Rebels, 25-14, 25-17. And the ending could not have been scripted any better. Senior Tas

  • Carroll drops match to Henry on...

    Emotions were running high Tuesday night as the Lady Panthers took on the visiting Henry County Lady Cats. It was senior night for Jill Butcher, Kyndal Curry and Tasha Hunter, and the home team wanted to give their seniors a win on their special night. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be. The Lady Panthers lost games 1 and 3 by scores of 25-22, 25-17. The Lady Panthers won game two 25-22

  • Girls’ soccer falls on...

    Carroll County High School honored three seniors as the Lady Panthers played their final home soccer contest of the season on Thursday, Sept. 30. Although the Lady Panthers were defeated by Martha Layne Collins High School by a score of 3-0, Head Coach Greg Damron had high words of praise for his team. “We had played Martha Layne Collins earlier in the season,” he said, “but

  • Panthers top Trimble for 5th win...

    On Friday the Carroll County Panthers avenged a loss from last year’s football season by defeating Trimble County on the Raiders’ home turf. In what Carroll County Head Coach Mike Weedman termed “a dangerous game,” the Panthers prevailed by a score of 32-14. Weedman used the word “dangerous” because regardless of what kind of season either team is having they

  • Carroll County Cross Country...

    The Carroll County Cross Country Cancer Cure Champions Invitational will be this Saturday at General Butler State Resort Park. Races will begin at 10 a.m. in the following order: Elementary girls, 10 a.m.; elementary boys, 10:30 a.m.; middle school girls, 11 a.m.; middle school boys, 11:30 a.m.; junior varsity girls, noon; junior varsity boys, 12:30 p.m.; varsity girls, 1 p.m.; and varsity boys,

  • Lady Panthers in action

    The Lady Panthers finished in third place in the Carroll County  Invitational Volleyball Tournament Saturday. The team defeated Grant County, twice, and Ludlow, but lost to Trimble County and eventual champion Pleasure Ridge Park.

  • Girls' golf senior night

    The girls’ golf team celebrated both senior night and a victory Thursday afternoon. Angel Rabago was recognized as the team’s lone senior, and the Lady Panthers beat Frankfort 139 to 160 in a three-on-three match-up as Frankfort only had three players. As a team, Carroll shot a 202, which Head Coach Jay Jones said was the lowest for the season. Quincy Hogan shot 38, followed by Hanna